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Page 14 -The Michigan Daily - Monday, September 25, 1989

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The University of Michigan Union September 25 to October 1,1989

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"The Stick" Comes to the Union

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Here's Looking at YOU, Kid!
Your wallneeds Bogie, or
maybe Valentino or someone
glamorous like Garbo to lend
the right ambience to that closet
you call home. These and other
gods and goddesses of the silver
screen are just waiting for you,
for sale in poster form starting
today at the Classic Movie
Poster Sale, 10-5 in the Union
Mall on the ground floor.
Proceeds benefit the Office of
Arts and Programming, striving
to keep culture alive and well
on campus.

The Union's Music at Midday series gets underway this
week when Stephen Osburn plays his own compositions
on electric guitar and "the stick." This free concert will be
held on Thursday, September 28 from 12:15-12:45. Have
lunch first at the MUG Eateries & Commons or the
University Club, then come to the Pendleton Room on the
second floor to enjoy the music.

The University Club is a great place to go for brunch with your
folks (or your friends) before heading to the Stadium for this
Saturday's game against Maryland. Enjoy the Michigan Union's
Heritage Buffet anytime from 11 to 2. Call 763-4648 to make
reservations.

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Campus
Service
Day
This
Thursday

Picture this: you are seated on the Overlook at the North Cam-
pus Commons. It is noon, Thursday the 27th. You have just
filled your plate with a very appetizing lunch and are about to dig
in. Then, to make it perfect, the music starts. Members of the
U-M Jazz Ensemble, recently returned from various summer
jazz festivals in Europe, are playing just for you. Leave the
humdrum atmosphere of McBurger behind and be part of Jazz
at Noon: Thursday, September 27, North Campus Commons.
They're Back!
Just when you thought it was safe to go back into
the MUG...
Here they are-the student staff of Project Community, return-
ing for a second tour of duty, committed to making the world
safe for service- learning. They give new meaning to the
phrase "thousand points of light" and you, too, will grow to love
them.

Remember that date: on
Thursday, October 5 you
can go "INTO THE
STREETS" with S.E.R.V.E.
as it sponsors the first U-M
Campus Service Day.
Spend the morning out in
the community, both Ann
Arbor and Ypsilanti, help-
ing people: you can play
with preschool kids, clean
up some places that need it,
or do some painting. You
will meet other active
students and provide valu-
able service to the commu-
nity, all in one morning!
In the afternoon, come to
the "SERVICE OPPORTU-
NITIES FAIR," your chance
to meet representatives
from approximately 50
community service agencies
and social action groups
that need volunteers. The
Fair will be held in the
Michigan Union Ballroom
from 1-4 PM. Bring your
friends and find a project
that needs you to make it
work.
To register and be part of
INTO THE STREETS, or to
And out more about volun-
teer opportunities in the
area, please stop by the
S.E.R.V.E. office,
2211 Michigan Union,
or call 936-2437.
Thursday, October 5: the
first of many successful
Campus Service Days!

Hema Rajagopalan:
Classical Indian Dance
See dances based on sacred
epics six thousand years old.
Watch dancers blend the
pageantry of Eastern ritual, the
discipline of an age-old dance
form, the complex rhythms of
Indian music, the fantastic
heroism of great sagas, and the
mysticism of Hinduism. Each
dance is preceded by an expla-
nation of the story and the
movements for those unfamiliar
with this ancient Indian art form.
Come see Rajagopalan's
Classical Indian Dance on
Saturday, September 30 at 8pm
in Rackham Auditorium.
Tickets are $12.50 for adults and
$8.50 for students with a service
charge where applicable. They
are on sale now at the Michigan
Union Ticket Office and all
TicketMaster outlets. To charge
by phone, call 763-TKTS.

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sft drink in a Squeezer for
-L $1.49. Then, come back
any tine and get a refl for
only $.59 with the purchase of
any food item. This offer is
geed at any shop in the MUG
Eateries & Commons on the
greund floor of the Union.
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Education:
Claudia Blanchard
Pam Melvin
Richard Donelan
Jeff Hansen
Health Care:
Nate Munson
Cheryl Roslund

Criminal Justice:
Kathy Russell
Laurence Polatch
Kim Anderson
Ron ikens
Chris Mongeluzo
Jeff Maple
Kathleen Doherty
Prentice Zinn
Teaching Assistant:
Ronnie Tichenor

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Monday-Friday, 11-2
Monday-Friday, 4-8
Tuesday Evening
Wednesday Evening

Lunch is served

SIGN UP NOW!

Happy Hour with low drink
prices and the biggest TV
screen on campus
Live Band: Mass Confusion
UAC LaughTrack: A
stand-up comedy show
with Michael Blackman
UAC Soundstage
New Music Night with
DJ Tom Simonian
Watch the Maryland
game on the big screen
Live Reggae Band:
Carribean Taj Steel Band

The following agencies are
conducting training/orienta-
tion for this term during
late September and early
October. Sign up now in the
S.E.R.V.E. office and feel
good all semester!
University of Michigan
Medical Center
SOS Community Crisis
Center
Assault Crisis Center
CSS Parent Aide Program

Thursday Evening
Friday Evening
Saturday Afternoon
Saturday Evening

You Need
an Artspace
Workshop
This is getting to be
serious: you have only
ONE WEEK left to
register for Artspace
workshops. Develop
skills you didn't even
know you had (or fine-
tune ones you have had
for years.) Brochures
are available at CIC
(Campus Information
Center) on the first floor
of tho MArinhinnn I ninn

Enjoy
Hispanic Art
in the Art Lounge
In observance of Hispanic
Heritage Month, an exhibit
featuring Hispanic artists is
continuing in the Art Lounge on
the first floor of the Union.
The exhibit is being held in
cooperation with Minority
Student Services and is the
perfect time to get to know more
about these unique and exciting
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The University Club is a private club for U-M students, faculty, staff, alumni
and their invited guests. Only members of legal drinking age may purchase
alcohol.

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